There are different factors influences entrepreneurship mobility differently. They are a positive pull and a positive push.
Positive Pull – Push factors mean those influences, which push individuals toward entrepreneurship. Mass and Herrington defined push factors as the more negative factor, such as unemployment and refreshment, which force people to become actors, entrepreneurial in order to survive.
Positive push – Push factors mean those influences, which push individuals toward entrepreneurship. Pull factors mean influences, which pull people towards entrepreneurship.
Distinguish between positive pull and positive gush are described below –
- Education, experience.
- Need for independence.
- Provides a challenge (need a challenge)
- A desire to be own boss.
- Flexibility for balancing family and work.
- Potential to develop a hobby.
- Social status and lack of recognition.
- Dissatisfaction with salaried jobs.
- Redundancy (lost our job, retirement).
- Lack of available work.
- Improved financial opportunity.
- Insufficient family income (need to supplement family income)
- Hitting the glass ceiling.
- Need for a flexible work schedule.
- • Experience.
- Available facilities.
- Potential condition.